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Sustainable Water Solutions in the Western Desert, Egypt: Dakhla Oasis, Paperback / softback Book

Sustainable Water Solutions in the Western Desert, Egypt: Dakhla Oasis Paperback / softback

Edited by Erina Iwasaki, Abdelazim M. Negm, Salwa F. Elbeih

Part of the Earth and Environmental Sciences Library series

Paperback / softback


This book is a multidisciplinary manuscript bringing together contributions on water issues from natural and social scientists focused on water management and structures in a challenging environmental situation such as Dakhla Oasis in Egypt's western desert.

The authors of this book are relevant scientists in hydrology, geology, remote sensing, agriculture, history, and sociology.

It is devoted to various critical environmental topics such as geological and hydraulic structure, climate influence, underground water management, irrigation management, and human settlement.

The book provides a range of new perspectives on solving different environmental problems in arid zones toward the region's sustainable development, based on the case studies and fieldwork in the Dakhla Oasis (Western Desert, Egypt).



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